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Start-up Law Clinic

What is the Start-Up Clinic?

The Start-up Law Clinic is a 9-week program that enables law students, during their degrees, to volunteer their time to provide free legal information (but not advice) to start-up founders and entrepreneurs going through the Bond Faculty of Business Transformer Program (Transformer Entrepreneurs).

The Clinic is a collaboration between the Bond University Faculty of Law, the Bond Faculty of Business Transformer Program and legal consulting firm, Flow Legal, and is located at the Faculty of Business.

The Start-up Law Clinic provides legal information to Transformer Entrepreneurs on a wide variety of matters: business structure, intellectual property protection, commercialisation strategies, operational issues, financing and deal-making.

Each semester, law students who volunteer with the Clinic will also be involved in presenting a 30-minute ‚ÄėLunch & Learn‚Äô session for the Transformer Entrepreneurs on a current legal topic relevant to start-up founders and early stage ventures. The Start-up Law Clinic is supervised by a legal practitioner who has experience working with both start-ups and existing entrepreneurial businesses.¬†

The Clinic aims to educate Transformer Entrepreneurs about the legal issues that they are facing and to help them launch and grow their businesses. It provides practical and theoretical training to Bond law students interested in working with entrepreneurial businesses.

The Start-up Law Clinic is usually offered every semester but is subject to change.

Information for students

Contact the Clinic Coordinator

Siska Lund

Transformer Coach